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January 6, 2019

 

 

In 76, Starland Vocal Band, had a US No.1 & UK No.18

with ‘Afternoon Delight’ on RCA.

And in 77, The Commodores, on Motown,

with ‘Easy’, ¬†enjoyed a UK Top 10 stay.

 

In 67, The Young Rascals, on Atlantic,

with ‘Groovin’ claimed a US No.1 & UK No.8 place.

And in 93, Blur, on Food label,

took ‘Sunday Sunday’ to No.26 in the UK chart race.

 

In 79, Blondie, on Crysalis,

had ‘Sunday Girl’ in the UK No.1 spot.

And in 2006, Long Blondes, on Rough Table label,

saw ‘Weekend Without Makeup’ face a UK No.30 slot.¬†

 

In 68, The Small Faces, on Immediate,

saw ‘Lazy Sunday’ peaking at No.2.

And in 97, Finley Quaye, on Epic,

reached No.16, when ‘Sunday Shining’, shone through.

 

In 80, Marti Webb, on Polydor, followed her UK Top 3,

when ‘Tell Me On A Sunday’ (also on Polydor), came into view.

And in 83, Nick Heyward, on Arista,

with ‘On A Sunday’, made a UK No.52.

 

In 60, Manuel & His Music Of The Mountains,

on Columbia, had ‘Never On Sunday’ climb to a Top 30 high.

And in 92, The Sundays, on Parlophone,

reached No.27 with ‘Goodbye’.

 

 

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